Corner of Bank & Lafayette Streets
Cape May, NJ 08204
Uncle Jacques’ Symphony written and performed by Dominic Hoffman
May 11 to June 15
This is a play about seven very diverse human beings who all shared the friendship of Jacques Hoffman, a “hip cat with fast hands on the music scene in 1950s Chicago” who had to wrench himself away from club dates and late nights in order to enter the 9-to-5 world.
God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza; translated by Christopher Hampton
June 20 to August 3
Fast, furious and very funny, this winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play is a 90-minute thrill ride to the most dangerous place on Earth: parenthood. After their children are involved in a brawl, two sets of savvy parents meet to sip espresso and politely discuss the matter…
The 39 Steps Adapted by Patrick Barlow
August 8 to September 7
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have this fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This two-time Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, more than 150 zany characters, and an on-stage plane crash.
Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies
September 12 to October 13
A photojournalist and a foreign correspondent try to find happiness in a world that seems to have gone crazy.
The Belle of Amherst by William Luce
October 17 to October 27
This play explores the life of America’s greatest woman poet, Emily Dickinson, from 15, when she was full of hope and success, until she died at 56, a virtual recluse. Don’t miss what the Boston Globe called “one of the most singularly beautiful evenings ever spent in the theater.”
Poe, Times Two by Greg Oliver Bodine
October 31 to November 16
A double-bill of short, one-man plays adapted from two classic stories of mystery and horror, “The Cask of Amontillado” and “The Black Cat”, by Edgar Allan Poe.
A Tuna Christmas by Ed Howard, Joe Sears, and Jaston Williams
November 23 to December 30
It’s 24 hours before Christmas and times are tough. Bertha Bumiller’s drunken husband hasn’t come home, her kids are messes, and a Christmas Phantom is destroying the town’s decorations. Twenty-four hilarious characters to put a jingle in your step.
• Visit capemaystage.org, any day, any time, and book your tickets directly using the Stage’s secure online ticketing system.
The box office opens a half hour before showtime and is located inside the theatre lobby. Tickets may also be purchased in person at the Information Booth on the Washington Street Mall. Tickets may be purchased at any time by calling the theater’s box office at (609) 884-1341. Tickets will be held at the box office up until the time of the show and must be paid in advance. Small transaction fees apply.
Prices are: $35 adults, $30 seniors (age 62+), students $15. Performance schedules and times vary. Popular money-saving Dinner & A Show packages are available with multiple Cape May restaurants. Visit capemaystage.org or call the main office for details.